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Color Hue tends toward green

I've lost the color balance on my Sony KDF-55XS95 television. Even when I try to adjust the hue, I cannot get the color set properly - it either leans toward green (mostly), or red. I seem to have lost the ability to display blue.

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  • Anonymous Sep 16, 2008

    I have exactly the same issue on my 60" Sony WEGA.

  • dianeblan Oct 24, 2008

    Have a Sony KLV-S19A10. It's a 19 in. LCD. Just turned the tv on and saw these strange colors: Screen colors are green and violet only. No reds or blues. Tried adjusting the HUE but nothing changes.

  • Blueless Oct 27, 2008

    Blue works on DVD playback but not on regular TV Digital broadcast stations or programs. Hue adjustment does not resolve.

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Sounds like a bad optical block

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